Ketso means ‘Action’ in Lesotho and is the name of an engaging toolkit which you can use to capture people’s ideas and views. We used the Ketso kits to develop part of the Vision and Catchment Plan on the River Wandle and wanted to share what we had learned with others.
All over the country, similar visions and plans for river improvement are now being developed by local catchment partnerships as part of the ‘Catchment Based Approach’.
So we organised a workshop called ‘Ketso for Catchment Planning’, led by Ketso’s inventor Dr Joanne Tippet, to help others use this toolkit, and give hints and tips on how to get the best out of it for planning improvements in river catchments.
The day was a great success and much fun was had by all!
Thanks to the national Catchment Partnership Fund for supporting this event.